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like comments made by both president obama and mitt romney, they also look at the tracking poll from last month, thinking ahead of elections. we somehow important spending on the military will be to your vote for president. that was the question asked to respondents. 30% said extremely important and 37% said very important. military spending is very important. 11% said less important. the "washington post" goes through their position and says president obama announced plans in january for a military will curve overall spending while investing in social operations forces and cybersecurity. and they plan on doing so quickly. he would increase active military personnel by 100 30,000 troops. he has pledged to step up the shipbuilding rate among other measures. let's take a listen to more comments that mitt romney made yesterday. this is his take on president obama's mideast policy. >> america has a proud and strong history, a principal global leadership. a history that has been written by patriots of both parties. this is america at its best. it is a standard by which we measure every pr
about campaign 2012. wall street journal front-page romney target's obama voters and the poll shows high rates. the governor tries to kill support from obama supporters. and then the "baltimore sun" this morning in the first set when obama returns to the trenches. the campaign stop in ohio and the 15th stock yesterday in the state in 2012. was his 30th trip he's taking office in this 15th this year alone to read it so both candidates campaigning in ohio and then as we said showing the race tightening after the debate here is "the new york post" this morning showing that nationwide according to the gallup, romney is up 49%. president obama 37% coming and then here you can see the state of ohio this is a cnn report showing president obama the four-point lead over governor romney in ohio the american research group showing romney up 48% in ohio and president obama 47%, so tightening across the country in the battleground states. samford for the democratic call. we will go back to the topic here. the supreme court to hear affirmative action cases today. what do you think clacks >> caller: ba
brown. there was one poll out this week which would be, you know, considered encouraging for brown, showed him up again, possibly, and apparently as a result of romney's debate performance, former governor in the state, unpopular, assured of losing the race there, but most polls show him lagging obama by a huge margin. he's made up ground against obama and showed scott brown was now up against warren. we expect the race to be one of the closest races in the country. >> host: all right. jew lill, we'll touch base with you later in the program. thank you very much. >> guest: thank you. >> the massachusetts senate debate live tonight at 7 eastern on c-span coming from us whsn tv in springfield, massachusetts. at 8 eastern, a debate between two sitting congressmen, tom latham and democratic senator boswell. the two have been put in the same district after re-districting. house speaker boehner campaigned for mitt romney monday in new hampshire. [no audio] [applause] >> you know, nancy pelosi's working hard, although -- we won 65 seats, she just has to win 25 seats to get my job back. te
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